Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy College
Humanistic and integrative psychotherapy has its roots in humanistic philosophies and aims to work with a full range of influences to encourage the development of the individual, their relationship to others and to society.
Humanistic integrative psychotherapy relies upon the importance of the therapeutic relationship to facilitate the integration of mind, body, feeling, soul and spirit.
Both the client and the psychotherapist are actively engaged in shaping the processes of assessment, intervention and evaluation of outcomes. This approach stresses the importance of the individual's capacities for self-regulation, self-actualisation, responsibility and choice that underpin the process of change, and the psychotherapist works with the client to realise these potentials.
Humanistic and integrative psychotherapists also take into consideration the impact of the external world upon the internal world of the client, to explore the significance of social, cultural and political realms, of experience.
Humanistic and integrative psychotherapy is available in a range of settings in the public, private and voluntary sectors and benefits individuals, couples, children, families, groups and organisations.
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